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- Continental Breakfast
- Shuttle bus service
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Room service
- Swimming pool
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... Strolled back through the "Boardwalk", a shopping/dining and entertainment complex complete with casino, to our car.
We have a great room with lots of space overlooking the central courtyard with a pool.
I keep forgetting to mention the lavender and the eucalyptus smells everywhere.
Also language - a traffic light is known as a "robot" and a gated community is a "security village". Don't you love the nuances of ...
... in shawls, young guys having a yarn and hanging out on the street corners as young guys do everywhere and old men chatting together passing their wisdom back and forth. There is a bustling sense of movement with people promenading the length of the street selecting chickens, cabbages, clothing or cooking pots from the many and varied displays. Young girls have every type of attire from very tight tshirts and jeans to more traditional garb. ...
... locals. It is amazing to see how polite the locals are over here. People are happy to help you with anything and they are open to any kind of conversation. In my eyes this is a big difference comparing to holland. I met the other students and we have been busy with all sorts of things. Going to the beach, karaoke nights, foam party's, beer pong, safari's. These are a few of many thing I've been doing around here. I absolutely love it here!
The start of ...
A few weeks ago, I was blessed to see a few friends of mine! Ambria, Kelly, and Amanda came down to visit South Africa for about 10 days. Not only was I here, but they came down because Ambria's sister is down here doing the CSB/SJU semester trip (the same one I did in 2011).
It was so fun seeing some Americans again and being able to show people around beautiful Port Elizabeth. They also made me aware of the fact that a trunk of a car ...
... Beach before arriving at The Big Tree in Tsitsikamma forest. En route we passed hitchhikers we were holding out cash instead of their thumbs. What a concept! We walked to said Big Tree and Erik was sure he remembered it being larger, but at 1000 years old, it was big. It would take three men, holding hands, to encircle the trunk of this impressive beast.
About an hour later we were arriving in PE for hugs with Erik’s ...